TIPAS provides services that neither VPN nor Tor has!
- Breakthrough technology for online privacy, anonymity and circumvention
- Anonymize online identity
- Bypass firewall and geo-restriction
- Circumvent censorship and surveillance
- Protect privacy and safety with secure communication
How TIPAS works
TIPAS network contains entry and exit relays. Exit relays are operated by TIPAS Technologies. Entry relays are operated by other organizations and individuals.
User uses TIPAS client to select an entry relay and an exit relay to build a path to destination.
Communication between user and exit relay is encrypted. Entry relay is unaware of not just what user communicates to destination, but the fact that user communicates to destination at all.
Neither exit relay nor destination knows who or where user is.
TIPAS supports network applications running TCP or UDP.
TIPAS vs. VPN vs. Tor
VPN supports both TCP and UDP, which most network applications utilize to communicate. But VPN does not provide anonymity.
Tor provides anonymity. But it supports only TCP, not UDP.
TIPAS not only supports both TCP and UDP, but also provides anonymity.
Why VPN does not provide anonymity
|VPN server knows
VPN server knows everything about user. One-hop architecture just does not have the capability to provide anonymity.
Even with double VPN (or triple VPN), the first VPN server still knows everything about user and cannot provide anonymity.
How TIPAS provides anonymity
|TIPAS entry relay knows
|TIPAS exit relay knows
With TIPAS’s two-hop architecture, neither destination or TIPAS knows user’s all information. User’s anonymity is protected.